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Shannon Dawson

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Shannon was first exposed to Londolozi as a guest when she was a young girl. Straight away she was in awe at the warm feeling she got from the people and the place. After growing up in Johannesburg she graduated with honours in ...

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I can’t do it for so many reasons, but by God, I would love to live at Londolozi and work remotely. Heaven on earth.

It really is heaven on earth, Herman.

Thank you for the information Shannon. It is good to know Londolozi is open for more than just Safari.

You are right, William. The Londolozi experience is more than just a safari – working remotely can be done in the middle of the wilderness!

I can’t think of a better place to do work if I had to – but I wouldn’t work there unless I had to – there are too many things to see and enjoy 😊

I couldn’t agree with you more, Kara.

Londolozi is certainly the state of art of comfort. Making sure that everything is perfect for each guest according to their liking. Never forgetting the business person, all their needs met with wifi and everything needed for conference calling. All of this in nature filled with fresh air, beautiful animals in their own surroundings, comfort at your fingertips. Paradise in Londolozi.

Thank you Valmai. A paradise that we love sharing with people from all over the world.

You have it all here, although the “distractions”on the deck are hard to overlook!

I agree with you, Vin – nature can have you mesmerized for hours on end.

I always enjoyed taking conference calls from the deck of my room. If only the other participants knew what I was looking at!

That is wonderful to hear, Al!

I am so glad I don’t have to consider working remotely if I want to take a vacation. I find that there is always something to see and do, even when not in the vehicle for a game drive. I always being a book, take myself out the deck to relax and read on the chaise lounge, but end up watching dragonflies dart from place to place near the plunge pool, or watch the various animals that might come into view whilst grazing through the brush. Perhaps since I am retired, I’m not as disciplined any longer!

How wonderful, Denise! I am delighted that you take so much joy in being out in the wilderness.

Like a lot of the people that commented here, i will lose and find myself if i could work in an environment like Londolozi.

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